Two Minneapolis developers — Ned Abdul and Steve Minn — are partnering on a plan to build 200 units of senior housing in Minneaoplis’ Byrn Mawr neighborhood.
The project is at the 8.3-acre site of a three-story, 1956 office building that was most recently home to CenturyLink Inc. Abdul is renovating that 100,000-square-foot building. It’s surrounded by a large surface parking lot. The plans would take much of the western half of the parking for two six-level senior housing buildings. One would be market rate; the other would be affordable.
Read more in the Minneapolis-St.Paul Business Journal.